Sunday, October 17, 2010

Conquering Death

This is the tool to your salvation.

Remember the movie "Demolition Man" where Sylvester Stallone has his body frozen and then revived at a later time?

Well this is now a reality, the Alcor Life Extension Foundation, in Scottsdale, Arizona charges a mere $150,000 to freeze a body and $80,000 for a head, and is typically paid with life insurance. And yes you heard right, they actually have frozen heads in a cold warehouse somewhere. 

Anyway, they're obviously doing this for a reason right, not just some sick joke? Scientists believe that we will have nano-robots that will repair the body so well, that they will not only repair damage to the dead body and revive it, but make you smarter and stronger in the process. 
According to Moore's Law we will have the computer processing power that can replicate the processing power of a human brain and have it available to individuals in just a mere 40 years. 

Hate your life? Better start saving or get your life insurance in tow for your future death! 

You can also see the possibilities of this, imagine freezing Steven Hawking after his death and preserving his intelligence for a later date when other information will be readily available to him. Not only will he have more information for him to create a playground with, but we will most likely have the technology to cure his condition. 

Not everyone is a believer though, Dr.Stephen Barrett says in no way we will have the technology at any time to revive a body. So, you feelin' lucky, punk?

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Hidden messages in water.

Ever wonder why words impact us so much? It's cause we're made up of mostly water.

Hold your horses and let me explain (neigh). Doctor Masaru Emoto has made an excellent discovery by taking water from a dam and having it blessed by a Buddhist monk, and then observing it under a telescope.

How he got this idea we may never know. But what he saw was amazing

Just regular ol' dam water.

 Water feeling awesome.

He then realized the potential so continued on with regular distilled water. His process was a simple one, fill an empty bottle with regular distilled water and then turn it into awesome. He did this by writing different positive words such as grace, harmony, love, soul etc, taped them to different full bottles, then left them overnight to hang with each other and received different effects with each and every one.

So next time you feel saying something mean, ask yourself, "would I want 60% of my body looking like this?"

Titled "You make me sick, I will kill you"

The power of words really mean something, I'm not religious but I guess that's why some people use prayer before meals.

Cause then it tastes even more awesome.

I encourage you to watch this short motion picture - Bleep  
 Oh and fast forward it to about 55 seconds in.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

The REAL Ironman suit - HAL

Look at this guy.

Most of you are probably thinking "Who the heck does this guy think he is?" or "I can flick him to kill him". Turns out that he's 10x stronger than you are, well, with HAL (Hybrid Assisted Limb) of course. Imagine strapping some on with your friends and smashing each other with tree trunks.

Err, I mean helping the public fighting off Doctor Octopus. Wait that's spider man.

Anyway, the suit is made by Cyberdyne (Yes Cyberdyne) and can instantly give you 10x more strength and is used for heavy laborers, rehabilitation and all that boring stuff. It lasts up to 2 1/2 hours and is a complete rental for about $1000 a month.

$1000 a month... I should rent one and then just flip my accountant's car. I bet the auto insurance companies would love that, Cheapskates!

Where's my wallet... Race you there.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Wanna see like the terminator?

We've always wondered when we would go too far,

Psh, we're not far enough. Biomedical Engineers have made a breakthrough of the "bionic contact lens" that has made retinal displays not something of the past, but the present.

Fix your vision? How about enhancing your vision 20x, check your glucose/blood sugar levels (for diabetics) and allowing you to see projected images? Good luck getting your hands on one though (or two), makers are putting a hefty price on this nano-technology and you can also grow gray hairs while waiting for the full release in 5-10 years.

Another option?

Just replace your biological eye with a complete bionic one like Mr. Rob Spence, AKA Eyeborg.

Rob Spence has created a bionic eye after weeks inside his own living room to replace his original from an unfortunate shooting incident. Yes you heard right, weeks. Wait... What?

Want more info on Eyeborg and this amazing contact lens?

Be a little more like the terminator here.
Meet Mr Eyeborg here